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Stevens, Alex (2013) Applying harm reduction principles to the policing of retail drug markets. Modernising drug law enforcement report 3. London: International Drug Policy Consortium.

Stevens, Alex (2019) 'Being human' and the 'moral sidestep' in drug policy: explaining government inaction on opioid-related deaths in the UK. Addictive Behaviors , 90 , pp. 444-450.

Stevens, Alex (2020) Critical realism and the 'ontological politics of drug policy'. The International Journal of Drug Policy , 84 , p. 102723. (In Press)

Stevens, Alex and Hughes, Caitlin and Hulme, Shann and Cassidy, Rebecca (2022) Depenalization, diversion and decriminalization: a realist review and programme theory of alternatives to criminalization for simple drug possession. European Journal of Criminology , 19 , (1) , pp. 29-54.

Stevens, Alex and Bewley-Taylor, Dave (2009) Drug markets and urban violence: can tackling one reduce the other? Report 15. [Oxford]: The Beckley Foundation.

Stevens, Alex (2011) Drugs, crime and public health: the political economy of drug policy. Taylor & Francis .

Stevens, Alex (2012) The ethics and effectiveness of coerced treatment of people who use drugs. Human Rights and Drugs , 2 , (1) , pp. 7-15.

Stevens, Alex (2019) Is policy 'liberalization' associated with higher odds of adolescent cannabis use? A re-analysis of data from 38 countries. International Journal of Drug Policy , 66 , pp. 94-99.

Stevens, Alex (2018) Medical cannabis in the UK. BMJ , 363 , (k4844) .

Stevens, Alex (2021) The politics of being an ‘expert’: a critical realist auto-ethnography of drug policy advisory panels in the UK. Kent Academic Repository , 10 , (2) , pp. 1-31.

Stevens, Alex (2021) The politics of being an “expert”: a critical realist auto-ethnography of drug policy advisory panels in the UK. Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology .

Hughes, Caitlin and Stevens, Alex and Hulme, Shann and Cassidy, Rebecca (2019) Review of approaches taken in Ireland and in other jurisdictions to simple possession drug offences. A report for the Irish Department of Justice and Equality and the Department of Health. UNSW Australia and University of Kent.

Stevens, Alex and O'Brien, Kate and Coulton, Simon (2013) RisKit programme- operation manual. Kent: University of Kent.

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